THE SENEYE MONITORING SYSTEM
Now you can monitor your Freshwater or Marine Aquarium, or your pond, right from the comfort of your computer screen. For the first time ever, all the information that you need to maintain a healthy and attractive aquarium is right at your fingertips.
The Seneye system constantly and continuously monitors key parameters of your Aquarium or pond and sends alerts to your email or mobile phone if a parameter goes out of range. The list of what this little ( in size only) device can do is seemingly endless, but here is the short version of the key values that your Seneye will keep you aware of.
1. Ammonia as NH3 is the number one cause of fish and invertebrate death in an aquarium or pond. If NH3 values are not monitored and corrected quickly, your fish and other life in your tank will suffer and quite possibly die. The Seneye Monitoring System monitors this very toxic by-product of fish metabolism and alerts you when levels become unsafe. By using your Seneye system to monitor NH3 ammonia levels in your water, your fish and all life in your tanks will be happy and healthy.
2. PH is the Acidity or Alkalinity of any substance. The fish and coral in your tanks can usually adapt to a wide range of PH, but sudden changes in PH can be catastrophic to all life in your tanks, including your biological filter. The Seneye Monitoring System continually monitors PH levels in your tank and alerts you if it reaches dangerous levels.
3. Temperature is just that, how cold or cool or warm or hot the water in your tank is. Like PH, many animals in your tank can adapt to changes in water temperature, but sudden swings can kill your fish and coral before you even know it is changed. The Seneye Monitoring System will monitor the temperature in your tank and tell you - wherever you are - that it has changed to a dangerous level.
1. PAR or Photosynthetically Active Radiation - is the specific light wavelength that Zooxanthellae - the algae that live inside your coral and keep them healthy and colorful - require to live. The Seneye PAR meter will tell you not only the amount of this critical light spectrum in your aquarium, but exactly where it is and where exactly to place your precious coral to maximize their color, health and growth. As a side note, a good quality PAR meter by itself costs over $400.
2. Lux is simply the measurement of light intensity. One lux is the brightness of one candle. Coral need different degrees of light intensity - and by pointing the Seneye Light Monitor at any point in your aquarium, you can find the ideal spot to place your coral.
3. Kelvin is a characteristic of visible light that is commonly referred to - somewhat inaccurately - as the temperature of light. However, Kelvin can be used in a general sense when describing light as having a certain temperature. For example white light at a Kelvin rating of under 5000K ( Kelvin ) is said to have a warm color - more red - whereas light over 5000k is said to be cooler - bluer - in temperature. Kelvin in Aquaria is generally a function of what is pleasing to the eye of the Aquarist more than a value significant to the livestock in your tank. If you prefer warmer colors - then Kelvin ratings under 6000k would be more pleasing to you. However, if you are looking for sharper coloring, then light with a Kelvin from 8000k and up would be more pleasing to you. The Seneye Monitoring System will give you a Kelvin rating of any part of your aquarium and you can adjust the lights above your tank to suit your individual tastes.
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***** Note - the Seneye USB device does not have client software support for Apple computers. Apple users will need a SWS to get live uploads. Seneye.me and Apps are Apple compatible*****
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